Four computer science students at the University of Pisa have combined their skills to support peers in their job search. This is how Superhero Valley was born, a digital community that has quickly reached 1,400 members from all over Italy. The main players in the enterprise are: Remo Andreoli, a PhD student enrolled in the Cloud Computing program at the Sant'Anna School, Luca Corbucci, a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Pisa, Eugenio Paluello, who continued his career in a multinational company in the blockchain field, and Alessandro Berti, a PhD student in Quantum Computation at the University of Pisa.
Superhero Valley aims to make students more informed about the world of work in technology through tools that can make professional profiles more attractive to companies in the sector. In addition, from this year, Mentorship programs are activated, in collaboration with figures from within companies: users of the platform will be able to take advantage of support from engineers during their training.